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  • verb Present participle of griddle.


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  • Step stoves allowed searing, braising, and skillet griddling, and brought steaks, chops, and other smaller cuts of meat to the American table.

    One Big Table Molly O’Neill 2010

  • In general, microwaving or griddling — heating the vegetable on a heavy skillet without oil — did the best job of preserving antioxidant activity, Dr. A.

    Microwaving Beats Boiling For Veggies | Lifehacker Australia 2009

  • TonyC, i know what you mean about re-griddling – it pains me.

    Taco Stands Standing Tall: Los Angeles Taco Stands & Taco Tables e d b m 2009

  • Rachael Ray launches a pancake into the air while griddling brunch in East Hampton, New York.

    Just Say Yum-O! Jacobs, Laura 2007

  • Slice a selection of griddling vegetables : aubergine, tomatoes, courgettes, mushrooms etc

    gridd·led veg·e·table and ha·lou·mi sta·ck 2006

  • Slice a selection of griddling vegetables : aubergine, tomatoes, courgettes, mushrooms etc

    Archive 2006-01-01 2006

  • When one piece of bacon had been with difficulty cooked over the newly - lit fire, Sol said to Mountclere, with the rasher on his fork: 'Now look here, sir, I think while I am making the tea, you ought to go on griddling some more of these, as you haven't done nothing at all?'

    The Hand of Ethelberta Thomas Hardy 1884

  • Just a bit more griddling would have usefully fixed the marinade.

    Evening Standard - Home Fay Maschler 2011

  • Another way of making your offer appear healthier is to switch to grilling or griddling rather than frying your breakfast items and communicating this in menu descriptions.

    Rss news feed for Morning Advertiser 2010

  • So some hours later I found myself griddling slices of the sweet orange flesh in a state of waitful anticipation that they might somehow work.

    unknown title 2009


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